v1.4.2, 2021/6/10 UTC with LTS
Notice: There have been breaking changes to the UI. This preview is outdated (per version 1.0). View the most updated preview in the user manual at the bottom of this post.
- Keeps your bookmarks private (unlike traditional bookmarks, which are public)
- Organizes bookmarks better
- Compliant with Stack Overflow Design Standards
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StackMarks™ is licensed under the MIT License.
StackMarks™ is available for installation here. It's recommended to choose the latest version - new versions generally introduce new features which may break due to outdated practices etc,.
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- ✔️ (done, v1.2) Add notes to each bookmark, customize title in bookmarks list
- ✔️ (done, v1.3) Add search for bookmarks, collapsible categories for long list of bookmarks (preserved, collapsed categories will remain collapsed even upon closing/reopening).
- ✔️ (done, v1.4) Import feature to import bookmarks over to StackMarks™ (good for users who have accumulated a lot of bookmarks over time and want to search them etc,.)
- Major UI Changes:
- Removed header with 'StackMarks™' and switched with just a small description to remove screen clutter
- Added collapsible category functionality
- If you have many bookmarks, you might want to collapse a few categories to save scrolling. Just click the category name and the corresponding list will collapse
- Added search functionality
- Searches all bookmarks, checks whether the title or link contains the query and shows the bookmarks that satisfy the condition. Results are shown as you type. Note that all categories are uncollapsed and category names are hidden. To restore the view to the original, remove the contents of the input (selecting all + delete).
- Major UI Changes:
- Import bookmarks
- When you visit the bookmarks tab of your profile (e.g, https://stackoverflow.com/users/14251221/spectric?tab=bookmarks), a '+StackMarks' button will appear beside the heading. Click this button, choose a category and select the bookmarks you wish to add to StackMarks™. For more information, please see the 'Migrating over to StackMarks™' section in the User Manual below
- Fixed a category minimize/maximize bug, should work now
- Import bookmarks
- Added keyboard shortcut option Ctrl + Shift + Y for Firefox users
- jQuery (native)
StackMarks™ User Manual
StackMarks™ does not have a huge learning curve - its simple and intuitive design makes using it extremely simple and easy.
The dashboard is the home of all your bookmarks. It shows all your categories, and under the categories it lists the bookmarks under each category. It is toggled with the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Shift + K or Ctrl + Shift + Y (for Firefox users). An example of what your dashboard may look like:
When hovering over a category or bookmark, a red 'delete' icon will appear on the right. Double clicking this icon will delete the category/bookmark. To undo this action, make sure to click 'Cancel'.
Before adding any new bookmarks, you need to first create a new category. To do so, click the 'New Category' button to the right of the 'Save and Close' button on the bottom and enter the category name into the input. Then click 'Add'. You have now created a category!
Migrating over to StackMarks™
Want to use StackMarks™ while keeping your previous bookmarks? Go to the bookmarks tab of your profile (e.g, https://stackoverflow.com/users/14251221/spectric?tab=bookmarks) and click the '+StackMarks' button beside the heading:
Select the category you wish to save the bookmarks in, then choose the bookmarks to save (take note of the 'Select all' and 'Deselect all') buttons:
Adding bookmarks to a category
Just like traditional bookmarks, there will be an icon beside the post which allows you to bookmark it. It should look like this:
Once you click it, you will be prompted with an add new modal:
The title is what you will see in the dashboard. It is by default the title of the question. Notes can be used to quickly remember why you made the bookmark in the first place.
Make sure to include a title. If you don't, you probably won't be able to click the link in the dashboard ;)
The notes are optional. Make sure to select a category (not done automatically). then click 'Add'.
Viewing the result after adding
Once you've added a bookmark, reopen the dashboard. Note that if you added a note, an [N] icon will appear beside your bookmark. To view this note, hover over the item:
The search feature is pretty self-explanatory. When you enter into the search field, results are displayed as you type. When you search, all collapsed categories are uncollapsed and their names removed.
If you remove all the contents in the input field, the original view will be restored (e.g, categories collapsed, category names shown). Here's a preview:
The search checks whether the bookmark title or link includes your query.